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Cheshire Bridge Restaurants

Treat your taste buds: Explore Cheshire Bridge restaurants

Cheshire Bridge Restaurants

Top Spice - Ansley Park
Top Spice - Ansley Park
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Thai | Cheshire Bridge, Atlanta

Top Spice in Ansley Park is a beautiful modern restaurant located in Midtown Atlanta. Located across from the Ansley mall, this establishment offers Malaysian family style cooking with bold spices like galangal or lemongrass and seasonal produce.

Top Spice has appetizers like fresh basil rolls made with shrimp, pork and bean sprouts or roti murtabek which is a Malaysian pancake stuffed with minced beef. A staple like fried rice is available in different varieties including pineapple, spicy or veggie tofu. At Top Spice, the curry enthusiast is sure to be pleased by a selection of green, red and Panang curry served with beef, pork, shrimp, chicken or tofu.

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Bantam & Biddy
Bantam & Biddy
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American | Cheshire Bridge, Atlanta

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Ru San's
Ru San's
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Sushi | Cheshire Bridge, Atlanta

Ru San's is a chain of contemporary sushi restaurants. One of the best times to visit this sushi specialist is during lunch time. Ru San's has one of the premier sushi buffets around and diners are sure to enjoy the variety. The buffet starts with nigiri offerings that include salmon, tuna, mackerel, shrimp and Kano. From there, guests can enjoy a selection of Ru San's sushi rolls and can eat as much as they'd like.

Once dinner time rolls around. Ru San's switches to a more traditional format. At this time guests can order off of the menu, with a wide array of dishes to choose from. For those who truly love sushi, the chirashi-dan is by far the best way to go. This massive boat of sushi has 25 pieces of the freshest sushi available, all hand-selected by the chef so diners never know exactly what they'll get.

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King & I
King & I
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Thai | Cheshire Bridge, Atlanta

Daily specials and spicy entrees dominate the menu at The King & I. Inspired by the 1956 hit musical, this casual dining restaurant serves up a nice selection of Chinese and Thai cuisine. The menu comes packed with tasty appetizers like spring rolls and the King & I stuffed chicken wings. It also features a nice range of soup, salad and regional entrees.

Stop by for lunch and spoil yourself with some spicy catfish, chow mein or pad Thai noodles. Try the coconut ice cream for a delicious finish. An ideal choice for a casual dining experience, The King & I offers a small but appealing list of vegetarian dishes.

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The Oscars
The Oscars
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American | Cheshire Bridge, Atlanta

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Burkharts Pub
Burkharts Pub
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Grill | Cheshire Bridge, Atlanta

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Discover Cheshire Bridge

Cheshire Bridge is where grown-ups come to play – and to delve into some surprising dining choices. How many times have you had an Ethiopian menu before you? Try tibs, a dish made of tender cubes of beef or lamb bathed in a stew with red onions simmered in spiced butter. Get traditional and scoop up a mouthful with a piece of injera sourdough flatbread. Be daring and exotic at a sushi bar with seaweed or barbecued eel. Finish with a decadent mango and rice dessert. For something more earthy, try crispy duck Thailand-style with loads of vegetables. If you’re looking for an early food tryst, you can find a breakfast of crepes featuring fruit and liquor or go tamer with buckwheat pancakes topped with pecans.

Discover Cheshire Bridge

Cheshire Bridge is where grown-ups come to play – and to delve into some surprising dining choices. How many times have you had an Ethiopian menu before you? Try tibs, a dish made of tender cubes of beef or lamb bathed in a stew with red onions simmered in spiced butter. Get traditional and scoop up a mouthful with a piece of injera sourdough flatbread. Be daring and exotic at a sushi bar with seaweed or barbecued eel. Finish with a decadent mango and rice dessert. For something more earthy, try crispy duck Thailand-style with loads of vegetables. If you’re looking for an early food tryst, you can find a breakfast of crepes featuring fruit and liquor or go tamer with buckwheat pancakes topped with pecans.